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Digital Subscriptions > Kitchen Garden Magazine > April 2018 > MEALS ON WHEELS BY THE MED


They’re a dynamic duo best known for their fine follicles and joint love of the open road, and The Hairy Bikers’ latest road trip saw them enjoying Mediterranean cuisine and appreciating home-grown produce


Words: Ian Faulconbridge

It’s certainly not hard to pick the distinctive dual brogues of TV’s Hairy Bikers – aka Si King and Dave Myers – out from the crowd. It’s even easier, in fact, to surrender to their unending enthusiasm for all things food, and it’s this particularly infectious combination that has marked the pair out in the world of culinary entertainment. In their decade-long career on the box, King and Myers have travelled the globe in search of edible delights. And in typical Bikers’ style, their recent European excursion, skirting the Mediterranean Sea, was no different.

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